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1999 Volvo V70 XC Reviews and Owner Comments

 
1999 Volvo V70 XC
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1999 Volvo V70 XC Owner Reviews (3 reviews)
  • 1999 Volvo V70 XC
    Visitor, Camp Hill, PA, June 09, 2010 17:11
    Plenty of annoying problems with this car. Owned since brand new, did all maintenance as recc. Like the other guy I needed an abs module, a throttle control module, TWO ac evaporators , upper strut support replacements, electrical relays. Have had to take it in for problems with side airbag sensors, multiple electrical problems of relays and switches. Now have a check engine light indicating a major vacuum leak. There have been other things I haven't mentioned, like turbo return leaks, radio failures, headlight wiper failures, etc. While there are many things I like about the car, such as the interior space, safety and look, I can't imagine ever buying another Volvo given this awful reliability of so many varied components.
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  • 1999 Volvo V70 XC
    Visitor, Harrisburg, PA, April 07, 2010 12:31
    I bought a 1999 V70 XC new in Sept. 1998. It has 92,150 miles on it. It's been garaged and is in pristine condition. It is a great all around vehicle but they don't make Volvo's like they used to. So far, I've had the evapoator core replaced (about $2000): the ABS module replaced (over $1000); Driver's window switch replaced, Moon roof electrical problems plus a radiator leak. Now it's at Volvo for at least a blown intake manifold gasket ($ TBD).
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  • 1999 Volvo V70 XC
    Mike0, Tulsa, OK, December 26, 2009 13:58
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    I recently purchased a 1999 Volvo V70 Cross Country that has 81K original miles. It appears to be in excellent condition inside and out except for a small oil leak at the turbo return pipe. The dealer I purchased it from is repairing the problem. Since this seems to be a common problem and does not pose a major problem I am very pleased with the vehicle overall. I bought the V70 as a commuter car and drive 98 miles round trip each day. Mileage is about 22.5 highway with 87 octane fuel. I plan to try 91 octane on my next fill-up to check for any significant increase in mileage.
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